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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
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... filling nonetheless.
Walking home the square with my hotel has a small city market. One stall had souvenir Albanian coins but about 5 Euros each ($7.50) so not worth it.
There was also a Carrefour French supermarket ...
Berat is known as the "City of 1000 Windows". The Berat Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has guarded the city for centuries and the terraced homes built into the cliff below it in give it the name. Ninety minutes south of the Albania's capital - Tirana, Berat is only slowly becoming part of the European "tourist circuit". Visiting the Castle with its high walls ...
... what would've normally taken me a week. We got in late to Tirana, thankfully we arranged a hotel taxi to pick us up at the airport, as I not-so-fondly remember the screw jobs I've had taking cabs in Eastern Europe. After crashing for the night, we woke up early to hit the main sights of Albania's capital city. Before I go into the experience, I want to preface this with the fact that Albania is one of the most economically challenged countries in Europe, so one ...
... wifi. At just after 2.00, I ring Nada's place to find the family has arrived home safely.
The bus to Pristina leaves at 3.00 and I am on it, it is quite a comfortable bus and the trip is smooth and takes 4.5 hours. That allows for the border crossing and a few smoke breaks for the driver. Jasin & Chere meet me at the bus station which is appreciated and we head back to their place in Fush Kosove. It is great to catch up and I look forward to service tomorrow. ...
... left a lot to be desired, but it wasn't until after we had got back on the road that we really discovered what that meant. The roads were unsealed and full of potholes. Not only this, but they were lined with stalls whenever we passed through a city meaning that people were often standing way too close to the traffic. In saying this, roadworks were in progress, so at least progress is being made to improve them.
Driving into ...